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Storm Mountain

I was drawn to this route in Alan Kane’s Scrambles in the Canadian Rockies as it was described as being easier in the early season for two reasons. 309 more words

Banff Region

Stanley Glacier

Hiking to Stanley Glacier in Kootenay National Park was a great hike to do last September. We were the only vehicle in the parking lot, so first out on the trail. 333 more words

Hiking

Floe Lake and Numa Pass

I did this hike in early October 2014. I couldn’t quite make up my mind whether to do this hike or to visit Lussier Hotsprings in White Swan Provincial Park, however the weather was good so I couldn’t justify spending so much time in the car driving all the way to Lussier Hotsprings. 540 more words

Hiking

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Ten Great Summer Hikes in the Canadian Rockies

I thought I’d share a few of the hikes that I really love in the Mountain National Parks (Banff, Yoho, Kootenay and Jasper)

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Radium: Sometimes It's Okay To Let Go

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A little bit about Radium, British Columbia. And arguably one of the most embarrassing moments in my life. Yes, there is more than 1 embarrassing moment. 1,562 more words

Funny

Junior Focus: Rye Patch Gold and Kootenay Silver

From time to time LawrieOnGold is invited to meet with miners and explorers who are London-based, or who are travelling through the city usually as part of a capital raising exercise.   846 more words

Lawrie's Original Articles

Kootenay Culture Pt. 1 - Rossland

Rossland, BC.
|March 1, 2015. Words by Tom Finkle. Images by Robin Munshaw|

We arrived in Rossland at a time when locals suggested fat bikes over splitboards. 458 more words

Powder Highway Tour